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Agribusiness View

Agribusiness View

“The latest economic updates, business trends and case studies to help our customers run their agribusiness”

Agribusiness View is NAB’s online publication designed to provide our agribusiness customers with the latest economic updates, business trends and case studies specific to their industry. Regular updates include reports, case studies and articles covering such topics as international trade, finance, succession planning and superannuation - all with the objective of helping you run your agribusiness.

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RECENTLY PUBLISHED ARTICLES

How building better business sense and developing critical thinking skills are preparing tomorrow’s agriculture workforce to meet new challenges.

Pathway to profit: how Australia’s agri operators can boost their bottom line through smart thinking and easily achievable changes.

NAB senior leaders share their views on society today and how women are adapting. Watch now.

It’s time for farmers to turn good land management into financial success.

Podcast: How well positioned is agri to respond to the latest set of challenges?

Listen to podcast: How agri businesses can get their finances back on track.

New podcast: Agribusiness a surprising bright spot in COVID-19.

Timothy Reeves of the University of Melbourne discusses why there’s a real opportunity to grow a wider range of crops and build a more sustainable Australian agriculture model.

Australia’s agricultural sector generates mountains of waste each year, but new research programs aim to help farmers turn a profit on unwanted produce.

National agribusiness confidence rises despite tough conditions.

We examine the last decade in Australian agricultural exports and what’s projected to come.

As harvest gets started, hear from growers and traders across the country on the first NAB Growers’ Podcast.

When BJ Plummer was handed the reins of acclaimed Tasmanian smoked seafood producer Woodbridge Smokehouse, he was instructed not to ‘mess around’ with the brand. We spoke to Plummer about his strategy, which has seen export revenue grow a whopping 1,300 per cent in just three years.

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